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Cancer Care Co-Payment Assistance Foundation

We help people with cancer overcome financial access and treatment barriers by assisting them with co-payments for their prescribed treatments. We offer easy-to-access, same-day approval over the phone and online.

American Society of Clinical Oncology: Financial Considerations

The cost of cancer care may be a concern if you or family member has been diagnosed with cancer. Because bills and debt can add up quickly, people may want to seek financial help soon after being diagnosed with cancer. Oncology social workers, case managers, doctors, and oncology nurses can help or provide referrals to support services and financial resources. Although coping with daily financial responsibilities may sometimes seem overwhelming, it is important not to let bills pile up and go unpaid.

American Cancer Society: Health Insurance and Financial Assistance For The Cancer Patient

If you donÕt have health insurance coverage, see our information on what kind of insurance or help you may be able to get. Health insurance is key if you or your child need cancer treatment. But there are also many indirect costs or other expenses when you or your child has cancer, along with their usual bills. These costs can be for things you still might be able to get help with from other sources.

Ambry Genetics Financial Assistance Program

At Ambry, we believe that each person should be treated as an individual when it comes to genetic testing. This remains true as it pertains to the cost associated with testing. Our goal is to provide you with our high quality genetic testing without cost being a barrier or burden.

Chemocare: Financial Assistance Programs for Chemotherapy Medications and Treatment

Unfortunately, the cost of these medications can be great. Insurance coverage of these medications- that is, who covers the costs of chemotherapy – is not always clear cut. For many patients the medications may be covered at least partially under their insurance company’s prescription plan. Others have no prescription coverage and the medications might be billed under the major medical portion of the insurance. For some there is no coverage for prescription medications. The information provided below offers some suggestions for help with this concern.

Patients Like Me

PatientsLikeMe is committed to putting patients first. We do this by providing a better, more effective way for you to share your real-world health experiences in order to help yourself, others and advance research.

National Institutes of Health

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center Search the Studies site is a registry of publicly supported clinical studies conducted mostly in Bethesda, MD.

National Cancer Institute

NCI-supported clinical trials are those sponsored or otherwise financially supported by NCI. See our guide, Steps to Find a Clinical Trial, to learn about options for finding trials not included in NCI’s collection.

Emerging Med

EmergingMed is the leading innovator in clinical trial enrollment optimization.

Center Watch

CenterWatch has been the recognized global leader in providing clinical trials information to professionals working at sponsors, CROs, research sites and niche service providers.

FindMeCure

We help patients find and join clinical trials while supporting the industry to plan studies with the patient in mind.

Trials Today

Thousands of organizations across the country are looking for people like you to take part in research studies. Whether you are looking for treatment, or want to help out with research that will improve treatment, diagnosis, and prevention, there are studies that need you!

We know figuring out where to start can be the hardest part about finding research studies you might like to join. ThatÕs why weÕve made it easier for you to find the information you need. We made a quick way to search the thousands of studies available on ClinicalTrials.gov. By answering a few short questions, we can help you find a list of studies that may interest you.

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